Unpredictable, turbulent markets and fluid industry boundaries characterize today's global economy. Yet our approaches to strategic planning, formed in the closed markets of the Industrial Age, often assume exactly the opposite. As a result, companies are mired in commoditization, industry disruptions from unexpected competitors, stalled growth, and tentative strategies. To gain the agility needed to thrive in today's complex and demanding open markets, strategy must become an innovative design process focused on value creation, says Kay Plantes.
Ideascale2020-07-14T13:53:58-07:00June 8th, 2011|Categories: Strategies, Support for SMEs|Tags: agile innovation, agile project management, Business Model Innovation, design thinking, ecosystem, information economy, Innovation Strategy, micro-markets, platforms, portfolio, resilience, strategy, systems approach, value creation|